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Redruth Gaol - National Trust Property

Redruth Gaol was erected in 1856 and was the first gaol in South Australia outside of Adelaide. The Gaol was closed in 1894 and prisoners transferred to Gladstone Gaol. In 1897, the Gaol was restored and reopened as a Girls Reformatory but closed in 1922. The Gaol is famous for the filming of the 1979 movie "Breaker Morant" and is protected by the National Trust.

Getting Involved

The National Trust estimates that it has over 1,000 volunteers in South Australia. Volunteers come from all walks of life - school students, Mums and Dads at home, retired professionals and the like. In the last financial year they contributed around 125,000 hours (worth $2.5 million) to conserving South Australian heritage and undertook a wide variety of roles within the National Trust of South Australia. If you are interested in joining our team, please contact the National Trust SA Office on (08) 8202 9200 or via the website.

More Information: http://www.nationaltrustsa.org.au

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